Discussion in 'Food & Beverage' started by Nimi, Oct 20, 2009.
How much do you like kebab/shashlik?
I love it :nod:
i don't like it at all.
i've tried it once and i don't wanna try it twice.
:nod: It's very bad.
you dot want to try it twice now.
if go to iran try it again please.
I like kebab and shawarma! There used to live near a Lebanese restaurant and could easily buy these when craving comes.
What is it? I'm guessing it's not the same thing as the shishkabobs that i make on the grill. lol
Kebab (also occasionally transliterated as kebap, kabab, kebob, kabob, kibob, kebhav, kephav) refers to a variety of meat dishes in Arabic, Persian, Turkish, Caucasian, Central Asian, South Asian and some of the African cuisines, consisting of grilled or broiled meats wrapped in bread accompanied by lettuce and tomatoes with garlic sauce.
The most common kebabs include lamb and beef, although others use goat, chicken, fish, or shellfish. Observant Muslims and Jews do not use pork for kebabs because of religious and cultural prohibitions, but pork kebabs can be found in Albania, Armenia, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Georgia, Greece, United Kingdom and India, especially in the state of Goa. Like other ethnic foods brought by immigrants and travellers, the kebab has become part of everyday cuisine in multicultural countries around the globe.:tired:
Lets just say I would marry döner kebab in pita bread if I could.
Can't say that I've ever had it here. The shish kabobs that I make on a grill is just marinated meat and veggies grilled on a stick.
I love kebabs when i'm drunk, but i'm not sure i'm even willing to try them sober. They don't look that appetizing, that's for sure.
I've never heard of Shashlik but I do enjoy a nice kebab from time to time. It has to be full of salad and not dripping with grease.
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